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  1. Ballerina

    Gerry fan ages

    Hello there Gals! I'm 40 and have 3 sons.. 19, 17 and 14! It is wonderful to see that Gerry has such a wonderful range of women that adore him....but then again...What's not to love!! I stay active through my dancing. I used to be a ballet dancer but now I am studing Belly Dancing and love it. I'm joining a dance troupe so I'm really excited! Love you all my Dears! Elizabeth AKA Ballerina Mr. Butler Fan
  2. Ballerina

    Yes and No

    No I don't come from a big family... although I wish I did. Has anyone of your family members or close friends counciled you about your love and obsession over Gerry? Mine has...LOL!
  3. Hello Darlings! I love this thread you started Hun, and it has got me wanting to go visit Scotland even more so than before. I can remember even as little girl having this longing to visit there..such beauty everywhere..my heart was smitten ever since! I've got a few Scottish Jokes that I'd like to share with you all that I thought were very cute! Enjoy my friends! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A cute Highland girl was giving a manicure to a man in Dunkeld barber shop. The man said "How about a date later?" She said, "I'm married." "So call up your husband and tell him you're going to visit a girlfriend." She replied, "You tell him yourself- he's shaving you". --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Scotsman visited London for his annual holiday and stayed at a large hotel. However, he didn't feel that the natives were very friendly. "At three o'clock every morning," he told a friend, "they hammered on my bedroom door, one the walls, even on the floor and ceiling. Sometimes they hammered so loud I could hardly hear myself playing the bagpipes. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Where do you come from?" the Scotsman asked an American. "From the greatest country in the world," replied the American. "Funny," said the Scotsman, "you've got the strangest Scottish accent I've ever heard ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 guys, 1 Irish, 1 English and 1 Scottish, are walking along the beach one day and come across a lantern and a Genie pops out of it. "I give you each one wish, that's three wishes in total" says the Genie. The Irish guy says "I am a fisherman, my Dad's a fisherman, his Dad was a fisherman and my son will be one too. I want all the oceans full of fish for all eternity." So, with a blink of the Genie's eye "AlKaZoom" the oceans were teaming with fish. The English guy was amazed, so he said, "I want a wall around England, protecting her, so that nothing will get in for all eternity". Again, with a blink of the Genie's eye "AlkaZoom - POOF" there was a huge wall around England. The Scot asks, "I'm very curious. Please tell me more about this wall. "The Genie explains "Well, it's about 150 feet high, 50 feet thick, protecting England so that nothing can get in or out." The Scot says, "Ach, fill it up with water." --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A lady from Glasgow was visiting Edinburgh's Morningside. Her hostess was determined to make the Glaswegian lady feel cheap and unimportant. "My dear," said the Morningside matron snobbishly, "here in the Capital we think breeding is everything." "Oh, really," the lady from Glasgow replied. "In Glasgow we think it's fun, too, but we try to have a few outside interests as well." ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Said the Englishman to the boastful Scot: "Take away your mountains, glens and lochs, and what have you got?" "England", replied the Scot. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Scotsman went to a pub with his great dane and when he arrived, he tied the dog up outside [ootside] and went in to have a pint o' bitter. A few minutes later, another Scottish bloke walk in and the following conversation ensued: New man: Is that your dog ootside? First man: Yes. What of it? New man: Well, I think my dog may'a killed 'im. First man: What kind'a dog you got that can kill a great dane? New man: Well, e's a chihuahua. First man: Ha! 'ow can a chihuahua kill a great dane? New man: Well, I think the wee bastard may'a gotten stuck in 'is throat. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  4. Island Girl - CHARLOTTE annieday - ANDREA Lady Elissa-Elissa Good Sport- Bill (Elissa's better half) Poppy - Linda Susan~Sporran - SUSAN (well, duh) but I answer to Sporran as well when among Gerry fans. Swansong -Swannie (Bonnie Anne) Charliwantz - Charli NordicGirl - Eva Mari Midnight Diva - Diane or Di Framolamdu - Moira - aka Super Mo to her friends Gypsy - Loni Adelheid (well that's my name...) Phoenixgirl - Lisa lugerry - Barbara (aka also answer to Lu when among Gerry's fans) (Susan S. I know copied kat) Drooling Moron - Tony Eliza1013 - I prefer Elisabetha (The s is an sh sound and the th is a hard t with a very faint h), but Eliza is ok too. Seumus O'Seaghdha - real name is Kurt, but I much prefer to be called Seumus (pronounced like Shay' mus). Songbird - Katie CactusJack - Larry IListen - Liana Barb444 - Barb (my, how creative!) I'm Babs to good friends or Babszilla (when my evil twin appears....) tigs7495 - MICHELLE Bluejay - Karen Texas Gramma - Suzie (Not to be confused with Sue or Susan or Suzanne or Suz or Susie Darlin') Whew! Gerry Duty - Jeanette or J zanyzombie - Suzanne (Spot's note: She answers to Zany, too! Trust me!) Donnie - Dana (pronounced more like "Donna") JustCallMeTracy- Tracy in other words or actually the same words just call me Tracy GreenEyes - Danielle Lish ~ Alisha or Lish. Either really... Touchmetrustme - Libby almadenannie - Annemarie Hodari - DANIELLE chachababy- Peggy sbchild04 - Sarah solen - Şölen dlsmilad~ Dina kittypro - Pat (but everyone calls me kitty - too many Pats!) heISmyGspot - Spot/Spotty or Holly. (I instinctively answer to B*tch, too) Ballerina ~ Elizabeth~
  5. Hahahhaha LMAO!! That is awesome...love your sense of humor Darling! Thank you, I will enjoy and thank you for making me laugh Hun!! Blessings and love, Elizabeth
  6. Aww thank you Sweetie, You are a Hottie yourself!! Love your hair color and pretty green eyes...hence the name! LOL! Love and Blessings, Elizabeth
  7. Hello there Madamina and Gals.. It's so lovely to see your beautiful faces.... all are gorgeous!!! Since everyone is sharing I'll hop on the bandwagaon and share as well. Here are some of mine.... http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg219/g...er40/112610.jpg http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg219/g...dda56002dde.jpg http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg219/g...dda56002dde.jpg Interesting to note that I'm always behind the camera...no one in my family likes to take pictures except me so that is why you see me with one..LOL! Love to see more of my friends' pictures too!! Love you all...Hugs and Kisses, Elizabeth
  8. Oh Hi there Lady Elissa, Oh I sure do remember you Gals...Hahhaha! Your entire family and Texas Grandma Suzie were so sweet and warm to me..Your Man Dolls were do adorable that I was inspired to get one for myself. Thanks you for the great info. I'll look again on Wartoys.com ...I hesitated only because, (as you mentioned) it looked too military-like. I'll look on Ebay too!! Send my love to AJ! LOL! Hugs and Kisses, Elizabeth AKA Ballerina
  9. Hi There GALS!! I went to the GB 2008 Convention and I had a fantastic time. While I was there I noticed that there were so many ladies with their "Andre Merek" Gerry Dolls.....all had lovely outfits and different costumes. I thought that was so adorable and wanted a doll of my own. Since then I have purchased one of those Dolls but have a very difficult time finding clothes that fit him. Is there anyone out there that can send me a link or website to were I can find "Phantom" outfits or "Kilts"....that would fit my cute Gerry Doll? I would love to bring him alone with me to the 2009 GB Convention...I just can't wait!! Thanks so much! Love you all my Darlings!! Hugs and Kisses, Elizabeth
  10. Hello Darling GALS!! Hope you all are doing great and what can make our day better than to see our favorite guy!! I'm sure most of you have seen this already but thought that it never hurts to watch again and again! So enough of my gibber gabber and here it is... Enjoy... Hubba Hubba!! OMG I just can never get enough of "Jarod"..Love him to pieces!! Love Hugs and Kisses, Elizabeth AKA Ballerina
  11. Hi There! This is a wonderful thread Kayes Phantom! I have always pronounced his name..."Jarod" because this is the proper way to pronounce his name in Scotland....well this is what Gerry says..LOL! Here is the youtube video so you can see for yourself http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyDLdMMIGUA OMG....I'm dying over here cuz I'm drooling ...he is so dang Hot!!! Hope this helps Darling!! Love and Blessings, Elizabeth
  12. Hi There Darlings... Thought I'd start a new topic and ask : What would you ask Gerry if you were to ask him one quesiton and why? Just thought I'd throw it out there? Love and blessings, Elizabeth
  13. Clicking!!! What a great cause GALS...love you all!!! Blessings and much love, Elizabeth
  14. Hello There Amanda-T Oh I so can relate to what you are talking about. I myself have always loved listening to accents ever since I was a little girl. I was around accents my entire life since both my parents are native Hungarians. I kind of got picked on as a child since it was the first language I learned and when I started elementary school, I assume I had a very strong Hungarian accent..LOL. So much so, that some of the kids would tease me and call me Dracula's daughter...OMG..it was awful. LOL!!! That was many years ago and have lost my accent.....but boy can I do a real awesome impersonation of Hungarians...it's a hoot! I remember watching 007 movies with my Dad and remember having a very strong crush on Sean Connery. I loved the way he talked and remember thinking, I'm going to marry a man that sounds just like that one day (sadly never did....but ya never know, there still is hope..LOL). Since then I have always loved the way Scots pronounce things and how melodious their lilts and "R"'s sound. Oh wow...I just love it! And who can miss the way that our lovely Gerry speak, I mean, just like all of you Gals, I could listen to him speak all day long and never.....ever....never..get tired. I guess I'm so strange that I listen to BBC's Radio Scotland on the computer...LOL...sometimes I fall asleep to listening to Scottish accents.....ahhhh...it's wonderful! So you are not alone my friend....there are many of us out there that appreciate and adore this most beautiful accent...especially when Gerry talks....swoons!!) Love and Blessings, Elizabeth
  15. Hi Deb, Thanks for starting this thread. It's always great to be on top and up to date of our favorite guy. Yes I did know that he wears 34/34 jeans...the same size as my husbands. My husband is 6'2 as well, So you can imagine when I'm doing my husbands laundry, I daydream and think to myself...Wow this would fit Gerry too ......(okay I know that is bad...but hey, I bet you all do it too..LOL!) Does anyone know what size shoes Gerry wears since we are talking about sizes? LOL!!! Love you all, Hugs, Elizabeth
  16. Thanks for posting this Darling... Oh wow..I love that he likes and prefers older woman...he has fantastic taste!!! And they wonder why he is loved by so many fans! LOL! LOVE HIM!!! Blessings and love, Elizabeth
  17. OMG Yes!!! I was dying when he said that..that is so sexy!!!! Whewww..I need a cold glass of water now!! LOL!
  18. Hello There Ladies, I was surfing the internet searching for all things Gerry and I came across this rather older interview of our handsome and ever so talented Gerry. I found it to be very interesting and charming..of course! Gerry is a class act and sheer charm and charisma ooze from his every being....Sigh ...okay enough of me...here's the interview my Darlings! Enjoy!! Q: Lara does get hers in this film: Terry Sheridan... You, to be exact. And ironically, in the make-out scene with you and Angelina Jolie, the camera keys on you, did you notice that? GERARD BUTLER: Actually, no. But now that you mention it. Um, maybe, yeah. Q: The tables are kind of turned here, like you're the sex object. BUTLER: Well, I was only there just to be a sex toy, obviously (he jokes, laughing). Q: Did you know going in that this was going to be a little different emphasis, Lara's vulnerability. A change in tone. BUTLER: Yeah, I was aware of the whole thing. It was bought forward from the first one. This was brought forward in terms of character a little more. Her character is real and valuable. I also knew that in terms of the story, it was a story that you could definitely follow easier than the first one. I knew that Jan [de Bont] was doing it. And one thing when you watch Jan's movies is that he can make some movies about some pretty crazy topics, but they still have an incredible reality to them. And he brings that out in his actors as well. He brings a freshness and a truth, and I think you see more of that. Angelina had wanted a stronger male character to play opposite her, and I think one of the other advantages in that was a sense of competition. And also that that, especially with Terry Sheridan, would bring a vulnerability and perhaps a weakness in [Lara] Croft, if there was ever to be one discovered. And that... that's going to make here more human, more real. Q: Was there a competitiveness on the set, seeing as how, you know, Angelina does a lot of her own stunt-work? Like, you can do that stunt, too. Or, if he's going to hang upside-down, well so is she? BUTLER: Only in a fun way. It's not something I would ever do. I'm not a macho guy. I love doing the stunts. It's as simple as that. I also loved watching her doing her stunts, and I loved watching her train. She trained really hard. And it was nothing but an inspiration to me. In that one scene where we were [upside-down] coming down the wire... it was killin' me. I've never felt my weight so much in my life. I was trying to pull my body back and pull my arm up because it was stuck in a harness, and trying to stop myself from spinning. And trying not to vomit (he laughs). I'm doing this, and I'm trying to tuck both my knees in. And I'm like, "Fine!" (he says as if in pain). And doing this for two days, over forty times, it was a killer. I would then be looking to Angelina and thinking, "How's she lookin'? How's she gettin' along?" It was a tough stunt for both of us. We were only there to encourage each other, and that kind of stuff. Q: Can you really do those upside-down sit-ups, you know, like you're doing in the scene where Lara meets you? BUTLER: Actually, the whole set was inverted, and then they had Angelina walk in upside-down (he jokes, laughing). Funnily enough, when I originally went in for my screen test, that [jail] set was already built. Q: So you went over to Pinewood Studios for the audition. BUTLER: And I was in costume, and you know, [Angelina] came up and she met with me. And I had wanted to pump up before I went in. I knew I was going to be wearing a vest, so I had my trainer come in in the morning. I'd just arrived in London and the gym was closed. So I spent an hour doing every type of press up imaginable. (He demonstrates, moving his arms over his head.) Press ups like this, press ups like this... Until... my arms... were gone. I arrive for the screen test (he laughs) and [Jan de Bont] walks onto the set (he points to an imaginary overhead bar) and says, "Why don't you jump up there and start pullin' yourself up." I had no energy left in my arms! I said, "I can barely move. I can't even put my hands up." (He laughs.) So, it was an unfortunate kind of coincidence. Q: But, obviously the test went darn well. You must have impressed someone. BUTLER: The screen test was great. I mean, I felt that [Angelina and I] had a great chemistry together. We got on great and it was very easy between us. It all worked well. I mean, when I turned up and Jan said, "I want you to do this, this and this." I thought, "He's already made it so much easier for me." And then Angelina came up and as soon as we said hello, I thought, This is going to be great. I'm really going to love doing this with her. And I did. And then I was very excited to do the movie after that. Q: How soon after doing the screen test did you find out that you got the part? BUTLER: They said after a couple days, "You're the guy." But there was a whole bunch of other things to be discussed at that point. And you've just got to be patient with these things, you know. It can take a lot of time. Q: Which sort of was the case with The Phantom of the Opera. BUTLER: It's the same with The Phantom [of the Opera]. Joel [schumacher] said to me straightaway, "You're my guy. I want you to be my phantom." But it still didn't happen for quite a long while because there was still budgetary issues, casting issues for other parts. So, it's not an easy time in you're life when it's a part you really want to do, literally, every time. Q: For Tomb Raider you were pretty persistent about it. BUTLER: I'll tell you, it was very funny actually, I remember my manager calling me. Literally, the conversations were, I would call him or he would call me, and I would say, "Have you heard anything about Tomb Raider" – because there would always be gossip, you know. I'd been asking this so much, and there was one day he said, "Yeah, I heard this..." And about two minutes later he said, "I've got to take this call." So he hung up on me and called me back twenty seconds later. And I said, "Have you heard anything about Tomb Raider?" (he laughs). It was a joke. Q: Concerning The Phantom, and no doubt this is a question they asked you: have you done musical work before? BUTLER: Yeah, (he laughs) when I was twelve I was in Oliver! at a theater in Glasgow. Actually, I sang in a rock band when I was training as a lawyer. You know, not professional, we just did it for fun. We just did gigs all over Edinburgh and some in Glasgow and some at festivals. But... never have I sang anything like this. Q: Being an attorney, does that make seeing or negotiating your contracts any easier? BUTLER: I don't even read them. Or not really like that, but I barely look at them. My manager and my agents, they go over my contracts. They'll have them all marked, and they'll say, "Sign here, here and here" And I say, "Yup, yup and yup." So... I don't understand why he's getting a seventy-five percent commission (he laughs). Q: How did you get the role in The Phantom of the Opera? I mean that's a seriously high-profile deal. BUTLER: It was a strange experience for me because for Tomb Raider and for Timeline – the Dick Donner movie that I just did – I really came in from the outside. I was always the last guy to be screen tested, you know. And I felt like the underdog. And I function very well when I'm the underdog. Whereas with The Phantom, I had an initial meeting with Joel where he said, "I just hope you can sing. I'd love you to be the phantom. I think you're perfect for this." And he says, "Now Gerry, I'm not even looking at anybody else." Q: And he's seen your work. BUTLER: Joel had seen all my work. Joel sees everything. He'd seen me in Attila, he'd seen me inDracula, he'd seen me in The Jury. He's great like that. I feel really excited about this because Joel has put a lot of trust in me and really believes in me. He'd had his eye on me for a long time for the part, and he's probably the most renowned director for spotting talent with what he's done in his career. Q: So what was this meeting like – the one where you didn't really know that you were being considered for The Phantom? BUTLER: Well, we had had a meeting – we had a lunch together about eight months before – but this was a general meeting. He just said, "I want to meet again." So we had a lunch. It was a bunch of his people, and we had a great laugh. And I guess, now that I think about it, maybe he had the Phantom in mind. We'd barely talked about it. We talked about everything but The Phantom. Q: So he called you back. BUTLER: The one thing he had mentioned was that he'd seen all my stuff and he really loved my work – it never ceases to amaze me when somebody says that. Then he called my agent. Q: Was your agent even aware that you were being considered for The Phantom? BUTLER: Being the wonderful believer that [my agent] is – when Joel said "Can Gerry sign?" my agent said, "Send it over and we'll sign the stuff." (He laughs.) So I had this great meeting with Joel in London, by which point I'd read his adaptation of the script. And I listened to the music while I was reading the script. And it had just blown me away. I really... (he shakes his head) I was so excited about it. It's been a long time since I really got so excited about something. Q: It must be asked: How's the singing going for you? BUTLER: Well I, by that point, had started taking singing lessons. And after the first session, I mean, I was surprised that the windows didn't shatter (he laughs). But the coach said, "Man, you can do this." And after the third session, I really didn't know where this voice had come from. Then I had to go and sing with the musical director of the film, Simon Lee, who is just incredible, and it went great. I sang with him about five things, things we'd worked on. And then I went to sing for Andrew Lloyd Weber. Q: I was going to ask about that. Seriously... Got your nerves on straight, then? BUTLER: I had to prove myself to a lot of different people, but actually, that was my choice. They'd said, "At this point, you don't even have to go and sing for him." Because the authority on that was Simon Lee. Simon had given the go-ahead for me anyway. I think at some point Andrew would wanted to have seen me anyway. Simon had basically said, "If you want it. You're good enough to go in and sing for him and I think you should do that. You don't have to, but it would help." So I said, "OK. Let's go in." And suddenly it's a trip: there's Joel Schumacher, the producer, Simon Lee came with me to play the piano. Q: No pressure... BUTLER: (He laughs.) I have to tell you, you just said the funniest thing. When I had the part, and even when I had the part I kept training and singing with Simon, we're walking down the stairs one day after a session, and he said, "Do you know that the Phantom has done six billion dollars of business around the world?" I was in front of him, and I think he could tell. Maybe he saw my shoulders slump. And he just said, "No pressure." Q: What song did you audition with for Andrew Lloyd Weber? BUTLER: It was "Music of the Night." Q: Have you seen some of the production design? Anything for this new look? The new design for the Phantom himself? BUTLER: I haven't seen any, but I hear they're incredible. I hear they're amazing. Q: What kind of an accent will you have to use in the film? BUTLER: Kind of a soft English accent. Not really posh. Q: Ciar¿n Hinds, he's in the Phantom and Tomb Raider with you. BUTLER: (He laughs.) He's used to listening to me walking about during Tomb Raider singing The Phantom (he laughs). Now that he's doing the movie with me, I find that very funny because I didn't have the part then. This is when I was training for it. Strange, strange world. Q: You start filming this fall? BUTLER: Yes. I'm doing a movie right now in St. Louis with David Anspaugh, a soccer film where I'm working with Wes Bentley – The Game of Their Lives. Q: Oh, that's the one with the guy from Bush, Gavin Rossdale. BUTLER: Yeah! Gavin Rossdale's in it. And Louis Mandylor from My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Q: What's it's like being from Glasgow and doing a film about an American football team? BUTLER: Well, at the end of the day it's about beating England (he laughs). Is he just not to die for? OMG..Love him!!! Love you all, Elizabeth AKA Ballerina Mr.Butler Fan
  19. ELIZABETH!! I wondered if that was YOU, and when I saw your Gal name, Mr. Butler fan, I KNEW! So good to hear from you! And ladies, all of you, each and every one of you, are beautiful in your own unique ways! Critics and media do not know us; they do not WANT to know us. Too bad, it's their loss. I can almost feel sorry for them. How about the lyrics to "Hero" again: There’s a hero, if you look inside your heart; You don’t have to be afraid of what you are There’s an answer if you reach into your soul; And the sorrow that you know will melt away And then a hero comes along with the strength to carry on And you cast your fears aside and you know you can survive So when you feel like hope is gone look inside you and be strong And you’ll finally see the truth that a hero lies in you It’s a long road when you face the world alone; No one reaches out a hand for you to hold You can find love if you search within yourself; And the emptiness you felt will disappear Lord knows dreams are hard to follow; But don’t let anyone tear them away! Hold on there will be tomorrow; In time, you’ll find the way! That a hero lies in you That a hero lies in you!! Hello there Pretty Songbird!! Oh I was so happy that you recognized me..yay!! Thank you Darling for sending the lyrics to that beautiful song...it truly is very moving and powerful. You are so right when you said that critics and media do not know us...it's their major loss!! We all are awesome women with so much to offer and thank you so much for your beauitful and awe-inspiring posts. You always move me to tears! Blessings and much love to you Dear One! Elizabeth AKA Ballerina Mr. Butler Fan
  20. Oh my goodness..this letter has touched my heart and has moved me to tears. You ladies here on GB Gals are all fantastic and beautiful and no Hollywood stick figure could ever hold a candle to you.....ever!!! I have felt such love and beauty here on this website and I'm truly blessed to be a part of it! Gerry sure has been a big part of my rediscovering the real person that I have been supressing for many years as well, due to raising a family and allowing an unloving husband crush my spirit. I found in Gerry a beautiful tenderness and kindness that is so rare these days, especially in Hollywood, and for that Mr. Butler I thank you with all my heart! I have rediscovered my inner youth again and love being me!! I love you all Darlings!! Much love and blessings to you all! Elizabeth
  21. Oh I am so thrilled to hear about this wonderful new for Gerry. I, as well, do have a concern that our Gerry might get ill and perhaps overworked,to get back into the 300 shape. I love him natural ....omg he can never ever look bad! Sexy as ever and I'm glad that he is getting noticed more and more. But we all have known this long before they have..na na na na na na!!! DV does have fantastic taste and I just can not wait for the photos to appear....wa wa wa wa wee wa!!! Gerry is gonna knock their socks off! Go Gerry!! We all love you!!! Hugs and Kisses, Elizabeth
  22. It's so good to know finally have name for this disease I have been suffering from and pray I never get cured...hahhaha!!! I love you all Dear Gals and I'm so happy to know that there are many others out there that can relate to my wonderful obsession....family and friends all have thought I have completely lost my mind....and perhaps they are right...!!! Whatever! Hahahah! I love Gerry I mean honestly...what's not to love? Duh?!!! LOL! Love you all! Blessings, Elizabeth AKA Ballerina
  23. OMG...yes!! I would love to order a DVD to keep as a keepsake of the awesome time I had at the GB Gals Convention....I will never forget it and I just can not wait for next year to roll around again....Partay!!!! LOL! Love you all, Elizabeth AKA Ballerina
  24. Dang...wish I could go!! For those of you who will be going, have a fantastic time and make sure to take lots of pictures and fill us in on some stories! Sometimes I wish I stilled lived in California so that I could have better access to all these "Gerry" events and sightings.. One day...I hope and pray to meet him...Gosh, I just think he's the best and what a guy!!! Hot and Sexy too of course....hard not to notice that..right? duh!! Love you all, Hugs and Kisses, Elizabeth AKA "Ballerina"
  25. Thanks Girl...gosh I just can not wait for next year to come around again. You Gals sure out did yourselves and made the GB Convention awesome. Thank you so much for all your efforts and love . It definately will be a annual event that I will make sure to attend. Yes and I am suffering from the Post GB Blues !!! LOL! Love you all! Blessings! Elizabeth AKA Ballerina
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